Kailash-Manasariver Yatra Package



Tour Code : UTT-KAILASH

Duration : 12 Nights / 13 Days

Destination Covered : Kathmandu, Mansarovar

Price (Starting From) : INR 135000 Per Person

Special Offer : 125000/-


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  • MOUNT KAILASH

  • YATRA DELUXE VEHICLES

  • MANASAROVAR

  • KAILASH TREK

  • LAND CRUSISER

  • PARIKRAMA

  • PASUPATHINATH TEMPLE

* Mentioned prices may vary depending upon date of travel, hotel availability, surge pricing and seasonal rush.

Tour Detail

125000/-Above Cost Excludes:
Tips, personal expenses, beverage, cold drinks, phone call
Emergency rescue and evacuation cost
Medical and hospital expenses (in case sick during Kailash Yatra)
Travel insurance, personal riding horse, personal porter
International flight Tickets23-0220-08

Tour Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival

Arrival Kathmandu: Arrival at Kathmandu International Airport, meet greet and transfer to the hotel, evening at leisure for personal activities O/N stay at Kathmandu.

Day 2: Kathmandu Temple Tours

Kathmandu Temple Tours: After breakfast half day temple tours covering Pashupatinath Temple, Jal Narayan & Guheshwari Temple, later afternoon Yatra briefing, orientation and final preparation O/N stay at Kathmandu.

Day 3: Kathmandu to Keryiong

Kathmandu to Keryiong: Early morning check out and drive to Nepal-China border of Keryiong (172 Kms) via Rasuwa Gadi, reach and check into the guest house. O/N stay at Keryiong

Day 4: Acclimatization

Acclimatization: Morning after breakfast rest day at leisure to explore around Keryiong, getting yourself adapted to high altitude, acclimatizing etc O/N stay at Keryiong

Day 5: Keryiong to New Dongpa

Keryiong to New Dongpa: Morning after early breakfast check out and drive to New Dongpa, reach and check into the guest house O/N stay at New Dongpa

Day 6: New Dongpa to Mansarovar

New Dongpa to Mansarovar: Morning after early breakfast check out and drive to Lake Mansarovar (385 Kms - 4500 M) reach and check into the guest house O/N stay at Mansarovar

Day 7: Mansarovar to Darchen

Mansarovar to Darchen: Morning free to offer Puja, Havana by the shores of Lake Mansarovar, worship, Meditate and take holy bath, after completion of all religious activities Parikrama of Mansarovar Lake by vehicle and drive to Darchen (4560 M/30 Kms) reach and check into the hotel O/N stay at Darchen.

Day 8: Darchen to Diraphuk

Darchen to Diraphuk: Morning after early breakfast check out and drive to Yama Duwar (10 Kms) and trek (18 Kms/04-05 hrs) up to Diraphuk (4890 M) reach and check into the guest house O/N stay at Diraphuk.

Day 9: Diraphuk to Zuthulphuk

Diraphuk to Zuthulphuk: Morning after early breakfast check out and trek to Zuthulphuk approximately (22 Kms/08-10 hrs) crossing over the highest point Dolma-La Pass at 5600 M descending down passing through Gauri Kunda to reach Zuthulphuk (4790 M) O/N stay at Zuthulphuk.

Day 10: Zuthulphuk to New Dongpa

Zuthulphuk to New Dongpa: Morning after early breakfast check out and drive to New Dongpa reach and check into the guest house O/N stay at New Dongpa.

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Inclusions

  • 3 Star Hotel
  • Meals
  • Sightseeing
  • Transport
  • Transfers
  • Airport Pickup-Drop
  • Entry Tickets
  • Sim Card
  • Bus Transfer
  • Veg Meals

Exclusions

  • Above Cost Excludes:
  • Tips, personal expenses, beverage, cold drinks, phone call
  • Emergency rescue and evacuation cost
  • Medical and hospital expenses (in case sick during Kailash Yatra)
  • Travel insurance, personal riding horse, personal porter
  • International flight Tickets

Specific Departure Dates

KAILASH YATRA 2018 FIXED DEPARTURE DATES
May June July August September
Full Moon 22, 25 21, 24 21, 24 19, 20 18, 21
Normal Dates 13 06 06 05 03 19 12 12 11 09 31 18 18 17 30 30 28

Terms & Conditions

Booking Policy:

  1. Application should be submitted at least 45 days before the provisional date of departure.

Minimum of 6 months valid Passport scan copy by mail or passport copy by courier should summit when the booking is madeUpon the confirmation 25% deposit amount per person (INR 25,000) is required which is nonrefundable.Our company trip booking form with your signature as per our term and condition All the clients need to carry ID Proof, (Voter ID Proof) OR passport original while traveling by air.The itinerary can be changed without prior notice due to unavoidable circumstance beyond our control such as political unrest, Natural calamities, changes in itinerary by the Chinese authorities Rs.20, 000/- non-refundable, as the booking amount 50% cancellation charges of the rate package cost incase cancellation is received between 15 – 25 days of departure.No refund incase cancellation is done after your permit and visa is issued by the Chinese Govt.No refund/adjustment will be made in the event of interruption of journey by client on his own after commencement of the YatraAny changes in given itinerary requested by the client will be on chargeable basis.Extra accommodation in Kathmandu over 03 nights as per itinerary due to early arrival from Kailash, rescue charges, medical bills are bill direct to Yatris.

KAILASH JOINING DATES (FIXED DEPARTURES WHEREBY 1 INDIVIDUAL YATRI CAN ALSO JOIN)
Please plan for accordingly for personal expenses, excess airline baggage fees, and any possible additional expenses incurred in the event of an emergency evacuation

Medical Fitness: Please note that this trek is not advised for those suffering from chronic health problems, like epilepsy or blood pressure related conditions, heart ailments, severe asthma and/or physical disabilities. If you are being treated for diabetes, please check with your physician if any change in medication is needed due to the altitude and trekking involved. Provided below is a list of medical tests you will need. Please bring a certified document of clearance for each test from your physician to verify your physical fitness

Complete blood count with ESR | FBS – Fasting blood Sugar (only for diabetes patients) | PPBS – Post Prandial Blood Sugar | Blood Urea | Serum Creatinine | PFT – Pulmonary function test | ECG | X-Ray Chest PA View | TMT – Tread Mill Test | Echo Cardiogram

Passport and Visa Requirements for Indians: A valid passport with a minimum validity of at least 180 days from the last date of the Yatra is needed.

Please note that diplomatic passports are not allowed.

Those who need to renew or to apply for a new passport should do so at their earliest convenience. (You can also apply under the Tatkaal scheme).

Please Note: For Indian passport holders residing in India, need to send us your passport 30 days before the Yatra date

Last date for receiving your passport will be 30 days prior your departure. This is required to start processing your visa for Tibet.

For Indian passport holders outside India, there is no need to send in your passport early (you cannot!). So, for you, it is enough if you bring the passport with you. Indian nationals will not be required to apply for a Nepalese visa

Passport and Visa Requirements for Non-Indians: A valid passport with a minimum validity of at least 180 days from the last date of the Yatra is needed. Please note that diplomatic passports are not allowed.

Those who need to renew or to apply for a new passport should do so at their earliest convenience.

There is no need to send in your passport early (you cannot!). It is enough if you bring the passport with you.

Considering that you will be re-entering India after the Yatra, you must also apply for a multiple entry

Indian visa prior to arrival in India For the majority, this would be a Tourist visa

You will need a 30 days multiple entry visa for Nepal, which can be availed upon arrival at Kathmandu airport. You will need 2 passport size photos

A Tibetan visa will be organized in Kathmandu by the organization. For this, we will need you to send a copy of your passport along with 4 passport size photos at least 30 days before your date of departure.

Please send only the first page (with your photo and passport validity details) and the last page (with your address). If you passport does not contain your address, please send a copy of your drivers’ license or other alternative identification with your address. Ensure that the photocopy of your passport is clear and legible, especially your photograph. A passport scan via email is also accepted.

Registration can be completed either by e-mail or via phone. The actual registration and indemnity forms will be given to you for submission at the beginning of the Yatra. It is vital that we receive the following at least one month before the date of departure to ensure enough time for processing the visas and making travel arrangements

Original Medical Reports: A letter certified by your general physician which states you are fit to travel in altitudes above 19,000 Ft

4 photocopies of your passport:

Please send only the first page (with photo and passport validity details) and the last page (with your address). If you passport does not contain your address, please send a copy of your drivers’ license or other alternative identification with your address. Ensure that the photocopy of your passport is clear, especially your photograph.

A passport scan via email will also be accepted.

Please remember to mention your occupation on the photocopy of your passport.

6 passport-size photographs

For Indian passport holders residing in India, you need to send us your passport 30 days before the Yatra date. Last date for receiving your passport will be at least 30 days before departure. This is required to start processing your visa for Tibet

For Indian passport holders outside India and Non-Indians, there is no need to send in your passport early (you cannot!). So, for you, it is enough if you bring the passport with you

Please bring a valid form of identification in addition to your passport. Your passport is needed for visa processing in Tibet once you arrive in Nepal. Therefore, you will need an additional piece of identification for boarding domestic flights in Nepal. Acceptable forms of ID include: driver’s license, PAN card/Voters Identification card (for Indians)

Preparation: A complimentary duffle bag will be provided for each person upon arrival in Nepal. You will be required to repack your necessary travel articles for Tibet in this bag. The rest of your luggage will remain at the hotel in Kathmandu. You will also be given a backpack for carrying your daily essentials. It will be the only luggage item allowed in the car during the trip. The duffle bag will follow by vehicle

Packing Items: Clothing-outerwear (no saris/dhotis please)06 sets, Warm T-shirts, Sweat Shirts, Pants-02 each, Rain-proof jacket with hood and pants-01each, Woolen High-Neck Sweater-01, Thermal Inner Wear-02 Pairs, Woolen Socks-04 Pairs, Cotton Socks- 02 Pairs, Thick Woolen Gloves- 02 Pairs, Woolen Cap and Scarf-01 each, Wide Rim Hat-01, Water-Proof/Resistant Trekking Shoes with quality tread/Grip-01 Pair, Light Weight Bed Sheet (Single)-01, Down jacket with hood-01, Sleeping bag suitable for temperatures around 0° Celsius-01, Camera (optional) If you do not have a down jacket with hood and/or a sleeping bag, you will be provided with one on a temporary loan basis when we reach Kathmandu. Please note that in the case of loss or damage, you will be required to reimburse the full cost of these items

Additional Items: Extra-large plastic garbage bags to protect your clothes from moisture, Powerful Flashlight (with extra batteries), General Footwear, Toiletries, Towels, Toilet Tissues, Inflatable Pillow, Sunglasses (with UV protection), Sunscreen Lotion (50 SPF or more), Small Flask, Reusable Water Bottle, Hand Sanitizer, Castor Oil (50 ml), Snacks–Chocolates, Biscuits, Nuts etc.

Personal Medical Kit: It is recommended to carry a personal medical kit with Electrolyte packs | Pain killers | Muscle relaxant cream | Band aids | Knee-cap | Vaseline | Medicines for fever, common cold, headache, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, indigestion and any other medication necessary

Amenities in Tibet: Tibet referred to as the highest region on earth is also one of the least developed parts of the world. Being extremely remote and isolated, the facilities for pilgrims although being upgraded are still very basic. Modern amenities are very hard to find in the hotels & guest houses in Western Tibet

The quality of accommodation will vary from place to place. It may be necessary at times to share a room with a few others or participate in an outdoor toilet adventure, or go without a shower for a few days. Rest assured, we will in every instance provide you with the best accommodation that the place has to offer. We will always be there to support you and make the journey a pleasant one

Fitness Training: The Mount Kailash tour will be physically demanding for numerous reasons. During various parts of the trip, the group will be hiking at very high altitudes. They will also be completing a 60 km trail through mountainous terrain. It is important that the participants are fit enough to comfortably walk for the duration of the Yatra. It is advisable that those who plan on attending the program follow this regimen for at least eight weeks prior to the journey

Please find below information pertaining to fitness training for the Yatra. It is advised to begin physically and preparing for the Yatra as soon as possible

Note: Please contact your Physician before beginning this regimen

Training Plan: (Cardiovascular fitness)

Speed walking: Start by walking at a fast pace for 20 minutes 3 days per week, ideally, your pulse rate should reach close to or above 130 beats per minute. Vary the pace by increasing speed 1-5 minutes during the walk. Increase the duration gradually

By the second month, change the routine to 1-2 hours once a week and 2-3 hours once a week. It is preferable to walk hills or mountainous trails. The intensity should be such that your pulse rate reaches over 100 beats per minute

Finally, add in a backpack weighing 10 kilograms (app.20lbs) to build extra stamina and strength

Leg Strengthening: Walking / running up and down the stairs 3 times per week; 10 minutes to start. Then, gradually increase to 15 minutes after one month and to 20 minutes for the remainder of the training

Agility: Skipping rope for 5 minutes per day

Balancing for core and leg strength (Balance on a balance beam or similar object for 5 minutes per day)

Over time, add in hand weights, and gradually increase the difficulty by doing exercises while balancing

Weight Training: The focus of the weight training is on building core strength and endurance

Core strength exercises: 15-20 minutes (3 times per week) | Sit ups | Push-ups | Stomach crunches | Rowing exercises

General upper body exercises (various): 15-20 minutes (3 times per week) | Biceps | Triceps | Back

PLEASE BE ADVISED:

Smoking or drinking alcoholic beverages is strictly prohibited for the entire duration of the Yatra

Temperature & Weather: The expected weather conditions in Tibet are dry and sunny from July to September with some precipitation during the months of July and August. Temperatures during the day can be as high as 22°C in Tibet. On average daily temperatures will be around 10°C (50°F), with the highest temperature being 22°C (71°F). There might be drastic drops in temperature from the early afternoon to evening. The temperature at night can drop as low as -10°C to 0°C (14°F-32°F)

High Altitude (Precautions): As the altitude increases, the human body needs time to develop physiological mechanisms to cope with the decreased oxygen levels. This process is called acclimatization. To expedite the acclimatization process, it is advised to take things easy during the first few days of travel

Altitude Sickness (Symptoms): Mild symptoms of Altitude Sickness are very common in travelers visiting high altitude areas and usually develop during the first 24 hours of traveling. Symptoms tend to worsen at night, and may include: headache, dizziness, and lethargy, difficulty in sleeping, loss of appetite, nausea, breathlessness and irritability. These will generally disappear through acclimatization, which may take anywhere from several hours to several days

Acclimatization: Participants will be given Diamox (Acetazolamide) tablets in Kathmandu to combat altitude sickness. This will help in overcoming the above mentioned symptoms. Those allergic to sulfa drugs will be given an alternative medicine. A physician will also be on site to provide medical assistance if needed. All necessary equipment such as oxygen cylinders, Gamow bags, and other medication will also be on hand

Currency: Indian currency is accepted in Nepal. The currency used in Tibet is Chinese Yuan. Indian Rupees, US Dollars and all other major currencies can be converted to Chinese Yuan in Nepal. Assistance with conversion will be provided in Kathmandu. We recommend you convert a minimum of Rs 5,000 to Yuan for personal expenses. Credit Cards are not accepted for currency exchange OR anywhere in Tibet

Pay phones are available in Kathmandu, Zhangmu, Nyalam and Saga. Airtel Roaming works fairly well till Lake Mansarovar

Yatra Check List: It is vital that we receive the following at least one month before the date of departure to ensure enough time for processing the visas and making travel arrangements

Yatra Booking Advance: Cashier’s check payable or Wire Transfer/ Bank Deposit

Original Medical Reports: This includes a letter certified by your general physician stating you are fit to travel in altitudes above 19,000 Ft

Photocopies of Passport (4 Copies): Please send only the first page (with photo and passport validity details) and the last page (with your address). If you passport does not contain your address, please send a copy of your drivers’ license or other alternative identification with your address. Ensure that the photocopy of your passport is clear, especially your photograph

A passport scan via email will also be accepted. Please remember to mention your occupation on the photocopy of your passport. Important: Passport must be valid for at least 180 days from the last date of the Yatra

Photographs Passport Size (06 Pcs): For Indian passport holders residing in India, you need to send us your passport 30 days before the Yatra date. Last date for receiving your passport will be one month before departure. This is required to start processing your visa for Tibet

For Indian passport holders outside India and Non-Indians, there is no need to send in your passport early (you cannot!). So, for you, it is enough if you bring the passport with you

O BRING WITH YOU: Please bring a valid form of identification in addition to your passport. Your passport is needed for visa processing in Tibet once you arrive in Nepal. Therefore, you will need an additional piece of identification for boarding domestic flights in Nepal. Acceptable forms of ID include: driver’s license, PAN card/Voters Identification card (for Indians)

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